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Monday, 26 June 2017


VIRTAMEETIN NIGERIA: is a collection of Individuals, Professionals and institutions whose goal is to save lives through VirtaMeetin Project to actualize destiny boosting program. We aimed to improve the financial, social and economic lives of the  low income earners in the registered regions in Nigeria which includes either(families,kindred,villages and towns) The VirtaMeetin Project will help to address the issue of  high rate of rural urban migration,starvation,hunger and unemployment in our contemporary society. We are registered virtalocal agent (Modern City Planners World) to facilitate the local delivering of goods in  Nigeria from Virtacoinworld::  a multipurpose e-commerce marketplace owned and managed by the VirtaCoinplus Global Community. for more information visit this link . and City Planners World also plays a role as one of the member of Virtacoinworld management team, please visit this link more information. VirtaMeetin Nigeria has certificate of incorporation registered under the Cooperate Affair Commission Federal Republic of Nigeria. VirtaMeetin Nigeria functions through National Coordinators(NC), destiny boosting coordinators(DBOC) and destiny boosting commission(DBC) to actualize the vision of Virtameetin project(destiny boosting program) in Nigeria and the world at large (changing the lives of the low income earners through  destiny boosting commission (DBC) ).Destiny boosting program   have taken care of eleven thousand (11,000) low income earners in Nigeria, in the selected regions, through our   destiny boosting commission(DBC). Each low income earners will  receive our free destiny boosting fund(DBC))  which worth's between (30xvp @ stage 1@$230 exchange rate in the market to 7.5xvp @ stage 4@1000 exchange rate in the market on or before the end of destiny boosting program (phase one(the year 2020). The 30xvp to 7.5xvp (DBC) will be distributed per low income earner in the selected regions in Nigeria in the year 2020. While Virtameetin Nigeria is working on a five years development plan to actualize this program by the year 2020.  VirtaMeetin Nigeria is a product of grace established to wipe away poverty and hunger in the land and bring smiles to the faces of the selected low income earners in Nigeria and the world at large through our destiny boosting commission (DBC). Please note that destiny boosting program is coordinated by modern city planner’s world. We also render services on architectural and landscape designs and development (with 10% referrer commission) Village/Urban Planning, creations of layout plans for physical development, recreation and tourism planning and development, import and export of goods and services (coming soon), local delivering of goods and services from virtacoinworld to the buyers and general contracts

Sunday, 23 April 2017


 This is one of the  project in virtacoinplus development  that is designed to empowers the low income earners all over the world through destiny boosting program, with the vision to change the life of the low income earners (the poorest of the poor) in our respective families, kindreds, villages and towns by providing free destiny boosting fund to the low income earners at least between 30xvp(stage( 1) to 7,5xvp(stage 4) which we called our destiny boosting commission (DBC) to improve the financial, social and economic lives of the low income earners in any registered regions of the world. The virtameetin project functions through National coordinators(NC), Destiny Boosting coordinators(DBOC). Through which we obtain our destiny boosting commission (DBC) to change the life of common man(the low income earners).By the end of destiny boosting program(phase one)in the year 2020, our target is establish ten million(10,000,000) virtacoinplus user base and $1000 per one virtacoinplus(xvp) in the market before the year 2020, based on the following facts

 (1) Virtacoinplus has a great potentials,, the  Total coin supply(life time) is approximately 100 Million coin cap with circulating supply of about 8,902,861 virtacoinplus.(2) virtacoinplus has  POW reward of  2.7 coins per Block, reduces by 0.1 coins each 525600 blocks  and Stake Interest of 7% annually please Visit the GitHub for more information, it also  gives you the opportunity to make money while you are sleeping.  
 (3) the transaction speed of virtacoinplus is excellent(the speed of virtacoinplus transaction is faster than bitcoin network)   (4)Since the vision of virtacoinplus improves the low economic activities there will an increase   in the demand of virtacoinplus globally  there by causing scarcity of virtacoinplus in the exchange market in the near future.

(5) Through the National coordinators/destiny boosting coordinators representing a particular country/region the poorest of the poor(low income earners)in the rural and urban community will be giving attention.  (6) with the establishment of virtacoinworld  there will be an improved social. economic,financial,industrial, recreational and tourism development globally thereby addressing the issues of high rate of rural -urban drift, poverty,hunger and global unemployment, we believed   that  there will be an efficiency in job creation by improving the local economy of every registered region in this program.

(7)through destiny boosting program(phase one) funds will be injected and redistributed  in the local economy of every registered country/ the end of the year 2020 (8)Virtacoinplus has the capacity to hold the world population, no wonder virtacoinplus is called the peoples coin, virtacoinplus is  controlled by high powered community determine to make virtcoinplus a globally accepted currency which can be used for effective and efficient business transaction around the world using VirtacoinWorld.

(8)Through VirtaMeetin Project(destiny boosting program) Virtameetin Nigeria is established, we looked forward to see VirtaMeetin Project established in other countries of the world like VirtaMeetin Ghana, VirtaMeetin Canada,Virtameetin USA, Virtameetin Russia Virtameetin Romania  etc to boost the destiny of the low income earners(the poorest of the poor) in their respective countries

Wednesday, 16 September 2015


Monday, 14 September 2015

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 A bungalow is a type of building, originally from Bengal, India, but now found throughout the world. Across the world, the meaning of the word bungalow varies. Common features of many bungalows include verandas and being low-rise. In Australia, the California bungalow was popular after the First World War. In North America and the United Kingdom a bungalow today is a residential building, normally detached, which is either single-story or has a second story built into a sloping roof, usually with dormer windows (one-and-a-half stories). Full vertical walls are therefore only seen on one story, at least on the front and rear elevations. Usually the buildings are relatively small, especially from recent decades; yet early examples may be large, in which case the term bungalow tends not to be used today

Friday, 11 September 2015

Physical planning in a democratic setting: Public expectations and challenges for professional practitioners


Urban and Regional Planning in the Post Military Era: 1999 to Date
The new democratic era in Nigeria 1999 to date witnessed many planning activities. For instance, the implementation of FCT master plan was pursued vigorously with El-Rufai firm posture on development control and strict adherence to the content of the plan. The period witnessed the commissioning of several master and structure plans for many educational institutions, state capitals, districts in Abuja and the review of existing plans. The Niger Delta regional development master plan was commissioned and is being implemented.
The post military era also witnessed the use of urban planning as a political tool where political leaders support development control only when it is against political opponents. Railway transportation mode, airports and seaports were revitalized to meet international standard. We also observed the creation of regional development blocks in Nigeria viz: BRACED State. Oduduwa States and the already existing Arewa States for all the 19 northern states. A major planning step expected of these regional blocs is the development of regional physical and socio-economic development plans which have not yet being realized. It need be emphasized that all economic development planning efforts must be accompanied with a corresponding physical development plan.
Urban and Regional Planning Under the Military 1966-1978
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A residential area is a land use in which housing predominates, as opposed to industrial and commercial areas. Housing may vary significantly between, and through, residential areas. These include single-family housing, multi-family residential, or mobile homes. Zoning for residential use may permit some services or work opportunities or may totally exclude business and industry. It may permit high density land use or only permit low density uses. Residential zoning usually includes a smaller FAR (floor area ratio) than business, commercial or industrial/manufacturing zoning. The area may be large or small.
In certain residential areas, largely rural, large tracts of land may have no services whatever, thus residents seeking services must use a motor vehicle or other transport, so the need for transport has resulted in land development following existing or planned transport infrastructure such as rail and road. Development patterns may be regulated by restrictive covenants contained in the deeds to the properties in the development, and may also result from or be reinforced by zoning. Restrictive covenants are not easily changed when the agreement of all property owners (many of whom may not live in the area) is required. The area so restricted may be large or small.
Residential areas may be subcategorized in the Concentric zone model and other schemes of urban geography.

Wednesday, 9 September 2015

New Approaches to Physical Planning in Zambia

Did you know that Zambia is recognised as one of Sub-Saharan Africa’s most urbanised countries with nearly half the population living in urban areas?*
Despite municipal growth, there has been little in the way of effective physical planning for many years, largely due to resource constraints and outdated legislation. This lack of planning structure has led to a boom in unplanned settlements, difficulties in service provision, inadequate data, and poor planning credibility.

Monday, 7 September 2015

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A shopping mall is a modern, chiefly North American, term for a form of shopping precinct or shopping center, in which one or more buildings form a complex of shops representing merchandisers with interconnecting walkways that enable customers to walk from unit to unit. A shopping arcade is a specific form serving the same purpose. Many early shopping arcades such the Burlington Arcade in London, the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan and numerous arcades in Paris are famous and still trading. However, many smaller arcades have been demolished, replaced with large centers or "malls", often accessible by vehicle. Technical innovations such as electric lighting and escalators were introduced from the late nineteenth century. From the late twentieth century, entertainment venues such as movie theaters and restaurants began to be added.[1][2] As a single built structure, early shopping centers were often architecturally significant constructions, enabling wealthier patrons to buy goods in spaces protected from the weather.

Tuesday, 20 January 2015

The Centre for Urban Research and Innovations in collaboration with the Association of African Planning Schools (AAPS), conducted a study on ‘infrastructure knowledge programme policy research’ themed Urban infrastructure in Sub-Saharan Africa – harnessing land values, housing and transport’.
The study commissioned by the UK Department for International Development’s (DfID) focused on planning and land use legislation, urban infrastructure finance, urban land markets   all targeted towards answering two key questions;
·         To what extent is the additional finance available through increasing land values used to develop improved infrastructure?
  • Where authorities are able to do this, are they using the finance raised to fund infrastructure that is likely to enhance the city’s productivity and job-creation potential and / or benefit low income groups?
The study was spearheaded by Prof. Peter Ngau – the director CURI assisted by Ms. Sharon Boit and Mr. Philip Olale who are research assistants at the centre. The centre worked with members from the AAPS and was able to come up with useful findings as outlined below;
Planning legislation
In Kenya, planning of urban areas, land use management and development control has long been highly problematic. First, there has been uncoordinated planning, for example, plans are prepared and funded at the sector, district, local government and constituency level. Under these circumstances, accountability and effective monitoring of development plans would be a problem. It also means that funds are so thinly spread out that on application their impact is at best minimal. Another major challenge of development planning has been the poor linkage between local planning and budgeting in a properly conceived medium term expenditure framework.

Tuesday, 22 April 2014



Historic England on hunt for best post-war pubs

 Post-war pubs are one of the country’s most ‘severely threatened building type’, according to Historic England